My Favorite Sustainable Bikinis in 2018

My favorite sustainable bikinis in 2018

I can’t believe it’s already May! With my upcoming Cabo trip around the corner, I started dieting and also looking for new bikinis! Retro 90’s styles are having a major comeback this year, and high-waisted bottoms and one-piece swimsuits are particularly popular.  Today, I am sharing my favorite sustainable bikinis in 2018, and I hope you find this list helpful!

My Favorite Sustainable Bikinis in 2018

2018 swimwear is all about that retro pinup girl look. Polkadots, ruffles and bows are all over the internet. While I love the 90’s comeback, I am also slightly relieved that most brands modify the classic retro look with some contemporary designs. Here are a list of sustainable swimwear brands that I love in 2018, and I hope you enjoy!

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Montce Swim

In Montce, bikinis are ethically handmade in California. This year, they released a lot of high-cut, high-waisted bottoms, but don’t let it fool you, most of their bottoms are still very skimpy and meant to show off your ass-ets. If you are bold enough to try on their sustainable bikinis, here are my favorites:

Blue Life

If I had the body, I would totally get Blue Life bikinis at a heart beat. Their ethical bikinis are made in USA and incredibly sexy. Here are my favorites:

 

Mara Hoffman

When it comes to sustainable bikinis, Mara Hoffman is hands down my favorite. They ethically make their swimwear with recycled fabrics, and their styles are always so unique, fun and loud! Here are my favorites sustainable bikinis from Mara Hoffman:

 

Vitamin A

Vitamin A is one of the first major swimwear brands to make sustainable bikinis that are available in a physical store! In fact, I actually just bought the Zuma Bralette and the Rio Bottom from them, and I can’t wait to try them on!

Reformation

Typically, I don’t quite trust bikinis made by traditional clothing brands, but the bikinis at the Reformation are way too cute to miss. While I haven’t tried on their sustainable bikinis just yet, I heard decent reviews about their swimwear. Below are my favorite styles:

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I hope you will find your favorite bikinis this year, and if you find other sustainable bikinis, please share!

Smile and style on!

SK

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